For hundreds of generations, the Huaorani Tribe of Ecuador has lived in harmony with the rainforest, alongside sloths, endangered birds, and majestic jaguars.
But now a road has opened up access to their home – bringing in oil and timber companies who want to bulldoze millions of trees and evict them from their land.
It’s a humanitarian and ecological catastrophe. But we can help make it stop.
A small but determined conservation group is working with the Huaorani people to buy up strategic plots of land before they can be sold for drilling and logging. If we all chip in, we can create a buffer zone that shields vast swathes of Amazon rainforest from development – but we need to move fast.
Every dollar will protect one square metre of rainforest – making sure it stays in Huaorani hands forever. Can you chip in today?